HANCOCK, Mich. (WZMQ) – Finlandia University has finalized the teach-out agreement with Waldorf University in forest city Iowa. Waldorf University is the seventh university to finalize, along with Michigan Technological University, Bay College, Adrian College, Wartburg College, Northern Michigan University, and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Waldorf is a private liberal arts school in forest city, Iowa, offering a variety of certificates, and associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs. Waldorf has approximately 2,500 undergraduate students, offering both in-person and online schooling.
The Iowa university has also prepared a resource guide for Finlandia students, including who to contact, a teach-out grid, terms of the agreement, and links to various resources.
The teach-out agreement contact for Waldorf University is Louisa Montalvo, Director of Transfer and International Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Waldorf University resource guide has been prepared for FinnU students interested in learning more about their institution. The guide includes who to contact, an academic teach-out grid, terms of the agreement, and links to various resources.
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